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May 1979

Strabismus

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San Francisco

Arch Otolaryngol. 1979;105(5):304. doi:10.1001/archotol.1979.00790170074035

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Abstract

This second edition of the programmed text on strabismus is a wellorganized, easy-to-follow text that carries the student from the definition of strabismus, through the diagnosis, and ends with discussion of management. There are 891 frames.

A student can progress as far through this book as he/she wishes. A medical student who is preparing for his/her ophthalmology clerkship need only cover the first 55 frames, which cover esotropia and exotropia.

The primary user of this text probably is the first-year resident in ophthalmology. However, a practicing ophthalmologist, five years or more beyond residency, will find it an excellent book for review, as well as a text for updating his/her knowledge of strabismus.

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